18 Sep Medicines reconciliation and transcription
Date(s) - 18/09/2020
9:30 am - 1:30 pm
The Medication Training Company
1A John Street
Medicines reconciliation is the act of creating an accurate list of a person’s medicines, and maintaining it. Medicines transcription is then writing these medicines up onto a medicines chart, body maps, when required protocols etc. CQC require that you have had training to do this. This practical, assessed workshop, teaches you how to carry out medicines reconciliation and transcription according to NICE guidelines. As part of this workshop, we can provide you with a medicines reconciliation and transcription policy and medicines reconciliation tool/assessment if needed.
Aimed at: Nurses and senior health and carer professionals working in any health or social care setting (e.g. care homes, supported-living, hospices, community settings)
- Which sources of information can be used to reconcile a person’s medicines?
- What checks are needed when those sources disagree with each other
- What additional checks do NICE guidelines require for medicines reconciliation?
- What medicines paperwork is considered best practice?
- Transcribing medicines onto your own organisation’s medicines charts
- Setting up the timing of doses
- Transcribing complex dosages (e.g. increasing, reducing, alternate day, weekly doses)
- Remote prescribing (verbal orders)
CQC Key Lines of Enquiry S4: How are people’s medicines managed so that they receive them safely?
NICE guidelines: Medicines Optimisation [NICE guideline NG5]